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Defective Medical Devices

Defective Medical Devices

Have you been injured due to a Defective Drug or Medical Device?

“Big Pharma,” the giant corporations that dominate the pharmaceutical industry, have repeatedly put consumers at risk by selling dangerous and defective drugs and medical devices.  Heart attacks, liver damage, kidney damage, dementia, depression, bone fractures and even suicide may be the result of corporate carelessness or willingness to put profits before the safety of consumers.  Drug companies should be held accountable, and The Segal Law Firm works hard to see that they are.

If a dangerous drug or defective medical device has caused a serious injury to your or a loved one, The Segal Law Firm will take the time to review your case and discuss your legal options.  We have access to qualified experts in the medical field who will work with our team of lawyers to fully investigate whether negligence on the part of a drug company caused your injury.  We have extensive court room experience that we will bring to bear on your behalf.

West Virginia Defective Drugs & Medical Device Attorney

Medical devices have dramatically increased in complexity and availability in recent times.  Although they can be very beneficial in helping people lead healthier lives, many times they are defective and do not work as intended.  Some can even be dangerous.  If you have been injured by one of these devices, you should obtain the assistance of The Segal Law Firm to handle the complexities of the case for you.  It will take experts in the field of the drug or device in order to determine how a device or drug could have caused your injury.   The problem may be with the design or manufacture, or it could be lack of appropriate warnings as to use.  Regardless of the problem, determination and documentation of your claim is best left to a professional.  The lawyers at The Segal Law Firm know how to investigate and present claims for those injured by defective or dangerous drugs or medical devices.

What is a medical device?

A medical device is an instrument designed to aid in the diagnosis and/or treatment of health-related issues. Some examples include:

  • Pacemakers
  • Insulin pumps
  • Operating room monitors
  • Defibrillators
  • Surgical instruments
  • Deep-brain stimulators
  • Spinal devices
  • Bone putty
  • Surgical screws
  • Artificial hips
  • Artificial knees

For a knowledgeable and skilled representation in your Defective Drugs case Contact a West Virginia Attorney from The Segal Law Firm.

The information on this website is for general informational purposes only. This general information is not actual legal advice. Nothing on this website should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.